photos, stories, feathers, & dreams…
Posted in nature, photographers August 2nd, 2010 by pia

Romina Bacci is a talented graphic designer and photographer born in Argentina with Italian heritage, residing in the US. Her photography is ethereal and so very soothing, I’m thrilled to be able to share some of her work with here in the (blog)house today…

Romina is currently working on a few books that will be available to purchase in the future, they all look to be beautiful but I am particularly looking forward to de la mesa al alma which will feature a collection of photographs, family recipes, and stories gathered from her and her sister,  from days growing up in la cucina, watching and helping their nona make pasta all day…

I asked Romina if there was anything in particular that she wanted to share here along with her photographs, and I love what she had to say…

“Something I’d like to point out is how important it is for any artist, designer, photographer, writer to find our own voice, our own way of doing things, to find ourselves in our work. It is difficult to focus on what we want to do when out there is a vast ocean of inspiration, and I enjoy watching other artists’ work too, but I think it is very important to stop looking outside and start searching inside when it comes to creating our work. I believe this is priority, it’s a way of respecting others as well as respecting ourselves.”

from wing stories, Romina Bacci

I thought that was a beautiful sentiment and something I feel very strongly about too, it reminded me of this post about derivation which I wrote back in the very early days of my blog (can you believe it’s been 2 1/2 years since the (blog)house was built? Time has flown by ever since, what a whirlwind).

This series above is from Romina’s new marina, a sea collection available in her etsy shop, Miles of Light. The sea treasures featured in this series were a gift from her friend Sarah, a fellow graphic designer.

And these above are from her forest series: “our lives are like islands in the sea, or like trees in the forest, which co-mingle their roots in the darkness underground.”



All images courtesy of Romina Bacci. Vist her blog called photos, feathers, stories and dreams here, and her etsy shop, miles of light, here. View her portfolio here.

Thank you, Romina.


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  1. Color Collective says

    gorgeous post! simple, natural, and inspiring!

    August 2nd, 2010 | #

  2. Shanon says

    You’ve been sharing some of the most lovely photography lately. Dreamy and inspiring!

    August 2nd, 2010 | #

  3. Dreaming of Palm Trees says

    beautiful photographs!

    August 2nd, 2010 | #

  4. Linda says

    inspiring wisdom the entire post, thank you both.

    August 2nd, 2010 | #

  5. parisbreakfast says

    exquisite photos and textures…

    August 3rd, 2010 | #

  6. Joan Browning says

    Oh thank you for sharing this and you post about derivation. So enlightening and wise. These words I need to keep with me as I search to express myself so late in my life. Thank you.

    August 3rd, 2010 | #

  7. Debi says

    a friend is here, we are talking, and i just scrolled through these images, no reading while we talk, but oh my! i will be back later for the words – this is gorgeous and calming and dreamy. thank you!!

    August 3rd, 2010 | #

  8. Aron says

    love it!

    August 3rd, 2010 | #

  9. Stacey says

    A thought provoking and beautiful post.

    August 3rd, 2010 | #

  10. becka says

    these photos are dreamy! Thanks for sharing.

    August 3rd, 2010 | #

  11. bonjour says

    Thank you for sharing so wonderful artists and their work!

    August 3rd, 2010 | #

  12. jen says

    delicious photographs and a beautiful website 🙂

    August 3rd, 2010 | #

  13. misty says

    ahhh, so beautiful. i felt like i was awake in a lovely dream. thank you for sharing these images & links.

    August 3rd, 2010 | #

  14. lynn says

    Beautiful light and ethereal! Thank you for sharing.

    I like her comment about an artist finding their voice….mine seems to be in a bucket full of leggos and rubber balls at the moment.

    August 3rd, 2010 | #

  15. Emma says

    I can’t get enough of those drift wood pieces all lined up. Beautiful!

    August 4th, 2010 | #

  16. bronwyn says

    These really are very beautiful. Those feathers are from my dreams.

    August 4th, 2010 | #

  17. Tara Bradford says

    Gorgeous photos – my first thought of seeing the feathers was the Emily Dickinson quote “Hope is the thing with feathers…” – and she’s right about listening to the voice within for our work. I admire others’ work, but don’t emulate it. The only way I can create is to ignore what everyone else is doing and go my own way. xo

    August 4th, 2010 | #

  18. Henrietta says

    Romina’s comment touched me,how right is she,VERY.I love her pictures and your blog is just wonderful.I’m just going to order your books from Amazom.
    Thanks for shareing the world:)
    Henrietta from Finland

    August 4th, 2010 | #

  19. Laila says

    You have a


    blog, thank you for sharing. I will follow you and put you on my favorite roll!

    Greatings from Norway,

    August 10th, 2010 | #

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